Catchment Management Authority boundaries

This layer represents the Catchment Management Authority boundaries (derived from CALP100). It is indicative and should not be used for operational decisions about funding. The Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) were established on 1 July 1997 with the aim of creating a whole of catchment approach to natural resource management in the state. The new CMAs combined the roles of the former, River Management Boards and Catchment and Land Protection Boards, and community based advisory groups such as salinity plan implementation groups and water quality working groups. Port Phillip has also recently become a CMA. 2014 correction on the West Gippsland and East Gippsland CMA border around the Gippsland Lakes. It is accurate to +/- 100 metres for 80% of the time.

Data and Resources

  • Use Order Resources to get access to spatial data in various formats and extents.

    You are being asked to supply a valid email address, so we can notify you via email when your data is ready to download.

    WMS

    Catchment Management Authority boundaries

    • WMS URL

      Please check this box to confirm you accept and agree to comply with our Terms of Use and Copyright and Attribution requirements including any attribution specified on this page. You must comply with the relevant Licence requirements for each dataset.

Additional Info

Field Value
Last Updated June 20, 2019, 07:29 (AEST)
Published (Metadata Record) April 27, 2019, 11:18 (AEST)
Organisation Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International